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The specimen book of C. J. Kelly of Denver, 1888, was for some reason privately bound in the 19th century with a booklet from the Baltimore Sun, which contained historical text and printed specimens of the Sun's work. It also contained this view of the Sun's main press room. The publication was entitled HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE ART PRESERVATIVE, WITH SPECIMENS OF TYPOGRAPHY EXECUTED AT "THE SUN" BOOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE
(Collection of Joe Freedman)
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